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doctrina aliqua et theoria."- Bacon, De Augm, Scien.
“ Those who have not thoroughly examined to the bottom all their own tenets, must con.
fess they are unfit to prescribe to others; and are unreasonable in imposing that as truth on
other men's belief which they themselves have not searched into, nor weighed the arguments
of probability on which they should receive or reject it."--LOCKE, Essay on Human
HENRY HOOPER, 13 PALLMALL EAST.
PRINTED BY CHARLES REYNELL,
THIRTY-FIFTH VOLUME OF THE
Nos. LXVIII, LXIX, JANUARY-APRIL, 1841.
AGRICULTURE and manufactures, 225;
ulture of beet and manufacture of
America, banking system of, 120, 122,
Architecture, 497; historical essay on
Australia, 152, 153, 154, 155.
Birds, Gould's, 271; England a century
behind France in the science of natu-
ral history in 1820, now claims prece-
dence, ib.; Zoological Society of Lon.
don commenced under the auspices of
Sir J. Stamford Raffles, Sir H. Davy,
Mr Vigors and others, 272; Mr
Gould one of the officers of the Mu.
seum for many years, ib. ; the folio
work, entitled Ă Century of Birds
from the Himalaya Mountains,' com-
menced in 1831, 273; vegetation and
ornithology of the Himalaya de.
scribed, ib. 274; group of forms pecu.
liar to those mountains, ib. 275; the
• Birds of Europe,' commenced in
1832, completed in 1837, 276; mi-
gration of different birds, 277; con.
tents of the five volumes, 278; “Mo.
nograph of the Toucans,' group of
birds confined to the tropical portions
of America, 279; of this genus
species described by Mr Gould, 280;
habits and appearance of the Aru-
çaris, 281; resemble the Toucans,
ib. ; habits of Toucans in confinement,
ib.; plate, 282; monograph of the
Trogons, 283; twelve new species
added by Mr Gould, ib.; habits, 284;
male, female, and young differ in ap-
pearance at different ages, 285; plate,
Trogon resplendens, ib.; habits of
the Cuba Trogon different, 286; first
and second part of the Icones Avium'
described, ib. 287; departure of Mr and
Mrs Gould for Australia in 1838, ar-
rival at Van Dieman's Land, 290;
explored the scrub, 291; proceeded
to New South Wales and first directed
attention to the mouth of the River
Hunter, 292; discovered the Wattled
Talegalla, ib.; started in December
to visit the interior by way of the Li.
verpool hills and plains, i6. ; descend
the River Namoi, 293; hospitably
received at a small hut occupied by
Lieut. Lowe and his nephew, ib. ; me-
lancholy death of Mr Lowe, 294; Mr
Gould returned to England in August
1840, 295; published in December
first parį of the · Birds of Australia,'
ib. ; plate of the Wattled Talegalla,
296 ; inhabits various parts of New
South Wales, 299; singular method
of hatching its eggs, 298; habits of
the Ocellated Leipoa described, 300;
plate of the Porphory Crowned Lori.
keet, 302; abundant in South Aus-
tralia, ib.; its habits, ib.
Biography, 500; Life of Adm. Viscount
Exmouth; works of Benjamin Frank-
Jin, 501 ; life and remains of the
Rev. R. Housman, 502; life of Mr
Bowring, Dr, evidence of, 397.
Canada, 145, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51.
Counsel, licence of; Mr Charles Phil.
lips's defence of Courvoisier in accord.
ance with his duty as an advocate, l;
answer of the Attorney-General to
Mr Hawes's petition, ib.; cause of
continued depredations reluctance to
prosecute, ib. ; dislike of respectable
witnesses to expose themselves to the
attacks of prisoners' counsel, 2; ex-
ample of, ib. ; reasons for slight pu-